Activist Toolkit


Building Your Local Coalition: How and why to reach out to like-minded citizens to increase the strength of your local work

SMART goals: make sure your coalition efforts are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely


Business Card Size Handouts: Small enough to keep with you at all times, and there’s space for you to write your name and contact information. Print on plain paper or on Avery business card stock #5317.

Frequently Asked Questions: Fast Answers to Common Questions about Amend2012

Petition: Gather Signatures at Neighborhood Events, Town Hall Meetings and More!

Flier: Print it out and Spread the Word!

Stickers: Who Doesn’t Love Stickers? Print these on Avery’s White Oval Labels – product number 22804.

Guide to Meeting with Your Legislators: How to Lobby for a Constitutional Amendment
       (Need to find the names and contact information of your elected officials? Look them up here!)

Social Media Strategies: Organizing Online to Support Amend2012

Letters to the Editor: Get Your Name in the Paper and Educate Fellow Citizens!
  (Need tips? We’ve got them right here!)

Lessons Learned from the 2011 Boulder Campaign. Top tips from citizen activists in Boulder, Colorado.

  (Read and download from Scribd)


 Model Legislation: Sample Language for Reversing Citizens United

Additional Model Legislation: Language for Reversing Citizens United from cities and states already in use